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    36 Stocking Stuffer Ideas From Amazon Canada That Are All Under $10

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    1. A phone loop they can slip around their case to give themselves some extra grip. It's super thin and flat, so it won't get in the way of wireless charging.

    A person holding the phone loop with their two fingers

    2. A book of metallic temporary tattoos that come in a bunch of fun designs, like cupcakes and butterflies. They'll also get patterns they can wrap around their wrists or fingers like "jewellery" to add a little bling (without the choking hazard).

    kids with the tattoos on their arms

    3. A pair of tiny zipper lights that'll help them find their front door keys on the darkest of nights. Reviewers also attach them to their dogs' collars to keep them visible when they go out in the evening.

    The light attached to a person's jacket zipper

    4. A beaded bookmark that'll help them keep their place in whatever juicy novel they're currently reading.

    the bookmark on a background of confetti

    5. A tiny Nerf gun that'll keep your kid entertained, without having to supply them with a full-on artillery of foam bullets to shoot at you.

    A Nerf gun with two Styrofoam pellets in a package

    6. A bag of Dr. Teal's Epsom salts with melatonin that'll make their next soak even more relaxing. They're packed with lavender and chamomile essential oils so they'll leave the tub smelling amazing.

    A person holding the bag of Epsom salts in front of towels

    7. A moisture-retaining terracotta bear that'll keep their brown sugar, cookies, marshmallows, or other ingredients soft and fresh for up to six months. If they use it dry, it'll keep things like chips and pretzels from going stale.

    a terracotta bear inside a brown sugar container

    8. A pack of rubber twist ties that'll come in handy for everything from organizing cables to marking wine glass stems at their next gathering (they come in assorted colours!). They've got a flexible inner wire, so they can bend them to whatever shape they need.

    one of the ties around a pair of earphones

    9. A bottle of L'Oréal heat protectant spray that'll save their hair from the wrath of their heat tools. It'll also hydrate their strands and keep frizz to a minimum, leaving them with sleek, glossy locks.

    A bottle of heat protectant spray on an acrylic podium

    10. A pair of exfoliating gloves that'll help them buff away dead skin and dirt in the shower. Reviewers say they're sturdier than a regular loofah and make it easier to clean hard-to-reach places, like their back or toes.

    person in the bath scrubbing their leg with the glove

    11. A mess-free set of Crayola markers that only show up when used with special paper, so your little one won't accidentally doodle you a masterpiece on your freshly-painted walls.

    child drawing an octopus with the markers

    12. Or a reusable Paw Patrol activity book with designs that'll magically appear with just water. Reviewers say it's awesome for bringing on the go since they don't need to pack a bunch of different markers or worry about their kids making a mess.

    13. A bike-shaped bottle opener that'll help them crack a cold one with the greatest of ease. Reviewers say it's small but sturdy, meaning they won't have to fight with their bottle caps.

    A person opening a beer with the bottle opener

    14. A bottle of Sally Hansen cuticle gel that'll break down their dehydrated cuticles in a mere 15 seconds, so they won't have to go at them with a trimmer. It's packed with moisturizing aloe and chamomile and is also great for softening calluses if their foot file just isn't doing it for them.

    a person applying the cuticle gel to their fingers

    15. And a huge pack of assorted nail stickers to decorate their newly-manicured nails. Reviewers love the variety of designs and say they're small enough to fit on children's digits, too.

    16. A bottle of white cheddar popcorn topper that'll amp up their movie snack with a few quick shakes. Reviewers say that it also tastes great on veggies, eggs, and pasta.

    A person shaking the topper onto a bowl of popcorn

    17. A trio of intense hair rescue shots that'll make their mane feel like it just got an elixir shot from a juice bar. They'll bring your pal's dry tresses back to life and save them from split ends, too.

    Four hair shots on a mirrored surface

    18. A mini LEGO set that'll introduce them to the wonderful world of building blocks (or add to their growing collection). Even adult LEGO fans would get a kick out of this cute 'n' easy little trio of characters.

    child playing with the LEGO set

    19. A pair of planetary bubble popper toys that'll give their restless hands something to fidget with, while teaching them about the solar system at the same time.

    child holding the planet bubble popper with parent hugging them

    20. A password logbook if they can never remember their login info for anything. It's arranged in alphabetical order so they won't have to flip through every page to find what they're looking for.

    21. An e.l.f. beauty sponge that'll help them blend their makeup like a pro (reviewers say it performs just as well as higher-end brands). Between the precise corner and the flat edge, they'll be able to do pretty much everything, from concealing to contouring.

    the beauty sponge with some foundation on it

    22. A practical lil' shoe horn that'll help them get their feet into their tightest kicks without untying them. Reviewers love that it's small enough to carry around in a bag or backpack.

    person using the shoe horn to put their shoe on

    23. A key strap so they can keep their bundle on them, while freeing up their hands. They can also secure it around their phone or water bottle so they won't have to hold ~all the things~.

    person lifting a dumbbell with the strap on their forearm

    24. A kinetic sand kit that both kids and adults will get a sensory kick out of. It comes with a bunch of tools (like a carver and slicer) that'll make it even more satisfying and fun to play with.

    25. A pair of hand masks that'll give their dry paws a boost of hydration, thanks to ingredients like shea butter and oat extract. They'll work in under ten minutes, too!

    26. A mini Wetbrush that they can take with them on the go. It'll definitely come in handy on particularly blustery days and after snowstorms when their tresses are a total mess.

    A person holding the wetbrush

    27. And a little rake that'll lift out all the strands and product residue stuck in their hair brushes when grabbing at them with their fingers just doesn't get the job done.

    person using the pick on a brush

    28. A pack of sassy planner stickers for your most foul-mouthed friend that's always dropping F-bombs. They come with a variety of useful event markers (like paydays and weddings) and are actually pretty darn motivating.

    Several sheets of swear-y stickers

    29. A copy of Mario Kart UNO that features all their favourite cartoon speed racers. It follows the same rules as the traditional game but features Peach, Mario, Luigi, and the rest of the gang.

    30. A travel-friendly glass cleaning kit they can use to keep their spectacles or screens sparkling. The included microfibre cloth is super soft and won't scratch their stuff or leave streaks behind.

    31. A trio of dermaplaning tools that they can use to shape their brows, shave away fine hairs, and get rid of dead skin. Reviewers say they're also awesome for removing fuzz around the bikini line.

    32. A fun confetti-printed spatula that'll help them mix and scoop any batters or sauces. Reviewers also like using it for scraping out smoothies from their blenders or grabbing the last bit of peanut butter from the tub.

    the spatula on a cutting board with cupcakes half of them which are iced and sprinkles everywhere

    33. A retractable travel lint roller that'll help them de-fuzz on the go. Reviewers say it's ultra sticky and that it doesn't eat up too much space in their bags (it's about the size of a highlighter).

    34. A bendable phone holder they can use to attach their phone to a seat back or prop their device up on its own. Reviewers say it's a must-have for air travel since it can hook onto the seat tray table.

    35. A relaxing Clean & Clear jelly eye mask that'll soothe their skin with seaweed extract and hyaluronic acid. Reviewers love that it has a cooling effect and say it leaves their skin looking soft, plump, and healthy.

    Three jelly sheet masks in their packaging

    36. And lastly, a pack of double-sided fashion tape that'll come in handy during a wardrobe emergency and help prevent nip slips or awkward fabric shifting. It's transparent, not to mention gentle on the skin.

    person putting the tape on someone else's dress backing

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